The RMIT LSS hosts a number of internal competitions around legal advocacy skills. These competitions will assist you in preparing for your legal career. Many of these competitions lead on to inter-varsity competitions where students from all around Australian and indeed the world may compete. It doesn't matter if you want to be a solicitor, a barrister or an academic, there is something for you to try and hone your skills on.
The LSS is currently recruiting students for the following moots:
Criminal Law Moot - We're taking expressions of interest for RMIT's first internal moot and we're hoping you're excited as we are! This experience will hold you in good stead for your civil procedure moot assessment, and if you wanted to compete nationally or internationally! Not to mention the cash prize for the winning team! Sir Harry Gibbs Constitutional Law Moot - We are now taking applications from students interested in competing in the Sir Harry Gibbs Moot. The winning team will win a prize of $1500 prize up for grabs for the winning team.
Michael Kirby Contract Law Moot Competition - Applications are due soon for one of the nations most prestigious contract law mooting competitions. Find out more here.
The Stary Norton Halphen Criminal Law Moot - Dictum Society is running their first intervarsity mooting competition aimed at avid mooters or students who have an interest in criminal law. For more information, including key dates, rule booklet, and the moot problem please click here.
Some videos of the previous RMIT LSS Personal Injury Moots
Acknowledgement of country RMIT LSS acknowledges, recognises and respects the Elders, past, present and future of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet.